These reports present key statistics and information about the number and type of visitors to Albury-Wodonga. More specifically, data is provided on domestic day visitors, domestic overnight visitors and international visitors to Albury-Wodonga. The report also benchmarks Albury-Wodonga’s performance in comparison to other regional destinations, and measures the social media engagement and on-site visitor information enquiries recorded through the Albury and Wodonga Visitor Information Centre's.
Tourism reports from previous years can be obtained by contacting the relevant council (AlburyCity 02 6023 2222 or Wodonga Council 02 6022 9300).
Large (e.g Desktops & TVs )
Medium (e.g Laptops & Large Tablets )
Small (e.g Small & Portrait Tablets )
Extra Small (e.g Smart Phones)
Murray Region Quarterly Update: Year ended December 2016
As a continued commitment to providing valuable research to our partners and the Murray region, AlburyCity and Wodonga Council together with the Murray Region Tourism Organisation is pleased to provide you with one consolidated report, outlining key visitation results for the Murray and associated sub regions. We believe due to the broad usefulness of the data, this information will assist both decision making and business planning. View the report here.
AlburyCity recognises the contribution tourism makes to the city. There is ample opportunity to grow that contribution and the flow-on benefits that come from being a recognised tourism destination. Accordingly, AlburyCity continues to take a leadership role in tourism, working with industry to increase its contribution to sustainable growth and development and implementing the recently endorsed 2014 - 2017 Destination Management Plan for Albury, which aims to increase tourism’s contribution to its economy and lifestyle offer.
Wodonga is quickly becoming a significant regional city and is an important contributor to Victoria’s economy, liveability and vision for a 'state of cities'. Building on work of the previous Strategic Destination Marketing and Development Plan 2011-2014, the Wodonga Destination Framework 2014 - 2019 seeks to clearly identify the opportunities that will enhance the tourism industry in the city over the next five years.